The Piqua freshman and junior high football teams all had successful seasons this year.
The freshman finished 9-0 and won the GWOC North title.
They opened the season with a 28-0 win over Wapakoneta, followed by a 26-12 win over Lima Senior.
The Indians then defeated New Bremen 30-8, Tippecanoe 22-8, Trotwood-Madison 44-8, Sidney 34-0, Greenville 20-0, Vandalia-Butler 20-12 and finished off a perfect season with a 41-22 win over Troy.
The roster included Aidan Meyer, Andru Hollopeter, Jasiah Medley, Tanner Kemp, Evan Hensler, Gio Barron-Evans, Brayden Offenbacher, Max King, Braiden Strayer, Dezmond Warner, Mason Osborne, Dylan Varvel, Damian Lawson, Tate Adams, Noah Shaffer, Quincy Carter, Cory Miller, Zach Sale, Wyatt Dobbins, Alex Dyson, Ethan Snyder, Quentin Neal, Landon Hare, Bronson Grove and Caleb Lyons.
Joshua Smith was the head coach, along with Franklin Evans, Kyle Ratliff and Mick Leffel.
The eighth grade finished 7-1 and went through the GWOC NORTH unbeaten.
The Indians won games over Fairborn, Vandalia, Greenville Stebbins, Tippecanoe and Sidney, before defeating Troy 14-8 in the GWOC North title game. Piqua lost to Xenia, who finished the season 8-0.
The roster included Colten Beougher, Jayden Bixler, Sean Brading, Ryan Brown, Coltin Byron, Anson Cox, Bryce Deal, Elijah Frazier, Preston Fugate, Jaycob Herron, Chandler Jacomet, Rocky Jenkins, Brennan Johns, Brady Mikolajewski, Peyton Offenbacher, Brady Ouhl, Dillon Phillipi, Dre’Sean Roberts, Bryson Roberts, Sam Schmiesing, Ethan Schultz, Warren Shockey, Kadin Skinner, Kevin Slife, Connor Smith, Braden Soliday, Jackson Trombley, Ethan Tucker, Jacob Voskuhl, Isaac Waters, Adien Webster and Ethyn Wright.
The team was coached by Sean Mitchell, along with Kindric Link, Craig Barhorst, Luke Karn and Jordan Feeser.
The seventh grade finished the season 5-2-1 and shared the GWOC North title, rebounding from a 5-2-1 start.
After a 27-12 win over Fairborn, Piqua lost to Xenia 24-6 and Vandalia 34-8.
Piqua defeated Greenville 36-6, Stebbins 30-0, Tippecanoe 6-0 and Sidney 28-8, setting up a showdown with Troy for the GWOC North title.
The two teams tied 14-14 to share the title.
The roster included Mickey Anderson, Brennan Baumann, Ronnie Bennett, Logan Bowman, Tryston Cotterman, Brett Epley, Jacob Felts, Devin Finley, Trenen Fisher, Carson Hawk, Joseph Hepner, James Hess, Parker James, Tahneal Johnson, Sebastian Karabinas, Tate Kuhlman, Ben Lavey, Wyatt Marrs, Landen Martin, Romen Medley, Andrew Miller, Corbyn Redmon, Carter Schlagetter, Luke Shaffer, Boston Sherman, Jonathan Stavinoha, Kyen Warner, and Aiden Williams.
Devin Magoteaux was the head coach, along with Cleadus Hawk, Sam Green, Daniel Monnin and Ryan Scott.